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English football: how the lower leagues are desperately seeking cash

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English football: how the lower leagues are desperately seeking cash

English football: how the lower leagues are desperately seeking cash

Cash-strapped clubs in the English Football League are in desperate need of financial support to prevent many of them from going out of business View on euronews


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